Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy asserted that it would be their endeavour to ensure that water reaches every nook and corner of both the states for cultivation, drinking water purposes and for the industries and assured that they would go forward in utilising the water resources available in both the state totally and efficiently. Also Read – Woman found dead, relatives stage dharna in Kamareddy Advertise With Us Both the Chief Ministers have resolved to work together in this direction. They said their aim is to ensure that there will not be any scarcity of water for agriculture, industries and for the drinking water purposes in both the states. The Chief Ministers have announced that the disputes and issues pertaining to river water sharing have been forgotten in the spirit of let the bygone be bygone and both the states are in unanimity to get optimum benefit to both the states and its people. They said they are not looking both the states as different and their aim is to work for the betterment of the people. Also Read – TRS is institutionally strong: MLA Govardhan Advertise With Us They vowed that the respective governments would work for the development and welfare and benefits of both the states. Both the Chief Ministers have decided to divert the Godavari water to Srisailam, as availability of water in Krishna River is less, which is causing hardships to Rayalaseema region in AP, Palamuru and United Nalgonda districts in Telangana. To mitigate the hardships faced by these regions for decades together, it was decided to divert Godavari water to Srisailam. They have instructed the officials concerned to prepare a strategy to divert water from Godavari to Srisailam Reservoir. Telangana State CM Sri KCR made the opening remarks and clarified that after the elections in AP, there is a qualitative change in relations between the two States for the better.